Dining in Santa Sleigh in the air.

Dining in Santa Sleigh in the air
Santa Claus’s existence might be questionable, but his sleigh is real alright – and it is ushering the arrival of Christmas almost a month before zero hour.

In Brussels, Belgians have spotted the “Santa Sleigh,” which unlike the traditional sled doesn’t carry gifts but rather carries adventurers to try some serious “haute cuisine.” The “Santa Sleigh” is an elongated dining platform with lights, mistletoe and reindeers.
Diners and chefs are lifted 50 meters above ground level so they can enjoy either a tea session (55 euros, 58 US dollars) or a four-course meal with wine (250 euros, 265 US dollars) while suspended in mid-air.


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